by Taryn Harvey

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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 24/03/2014

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 298
ISBN : 9781452513263

About the Book

Taryn Harvey was on the fast track to success when her life changed. Stricken with adrenal fatigue, she had to step away from a demanding career in public relations. What happened next was beyond anything she could have ever imagined for herself: Taryn became a professional escort.

Binge drinking, eating disorders and unhealthy relationships had taken their toll on her body. Through compulsory therapy she came to understand how emotional abuse and low self-esteem had doomed her intimate relationships from the start. Stronger and with new confidence, she committed herself to helping others heal as well.

Now a qualified relationships counsellor, sex therapist and Tantra coach, she explores the big questions we all need to ask: What is intimacy? What drives us to seek it? How do we keep a relationship alive? How do we really feel about sex? Is monogamy healthy? What makes us feel ashamed? Who can we trust? How do we heal from heartbreak? Can we recover our sex drive?

With raw honesty, Taryn presents a bumpy yet humorous trek into the heart and soul of our very existence. She survives kinky clients, laughs and cries with friends, falls in love, gets emotionally blackmailed and leaves town – only to return and finally face her fears. Enticing but never prurient, Trust invites you into the life of a sex worker…from someone who never thought she’d be a part of an industry few understand.

About the Author

Taryn Harvey is a qualified somatic relationships counsellor, Tantra coach and chakra therapist specialising in sexual health and intimacy. With diplomas in transformational life coaching, holistic counselling & life care, she is a trained Tantra teacher infusing pranayama and meditation. A certified energetic healer, she continues to expand on her learning. Taryn lives and works in Sydney, Australia. Visit her online at

“Transforming shame into sexual healing…one relationship at a time.”